What is eLearning?

Learning and development ... when you want it

eConstruct course example 01

eLearning allows the practitioner to dip into training as and when they have time. Practitioners can access courses from their home or office over the web, log into their profile and access the courses online. eLearning is great for conveying helpful information, such as signs and signals of abuse, legal responsibilities, or even changes to policy in local areas.

eLearning can be entirely web-based or blended with faceā€“to-face delivery to ensure a rounded approach to the subject.

eConstruct course example 02

Rather than simply a series of slides, the eConstruct courses are highly interactive, questioning current knowledge and tracking learning through the course. Practitioners have fed back how much they enjoyed the course which appeals to a range of learning styles. They also value the opportunity to go back to the course at a later date to check on something they have learned.

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